Taste of London returns for 2017

Taste of London 2017 food festival restaurants chefs

Taste of London is back, bringing cookery masterclasses, live demos and London’s biggest restaurant names to Regent’s Park from 14-18 June.

You’ll be able to work your way round 40 of London’s best restaurants at Taste of London, each offering samples of its signature dishes. Newcomers to this year’s lineup include Aster, Jamavar and Kricket, alongside ToL veterans such as The Cinnamon Club and Roka. There’ll also be live demonstrations from a selection of the UK’s most renowned chefs, including Sandia Chang, Tom Kerridge, Francesco Mazzei, Ping Coombes and José Pizarro.

New for 2017, The Taste Residence is a fine-dining restaurant within the festival, which will be hosting a very impressive roster of chefs: Ollie Dabbous, Ana Ros (recently awarded World’s Best Female Chef at the World’s 50 Best Restaurants ceremony) and Alex Atala (founder of DOM in Sao Paulo) will all be cooking intimate, four-course dinners. Each one-hour session will serve 20-24 covers and be hosted by London’s hospitality king Paulo de Tarso (Margot). There will also be an appearance from two-Michelin-star Hong Kong restaurant Duddells and a dessert restaurant pop up from renowned French patisserie chef, Pierre Herme.

If you prefer to get hands-on with your food, Taste of London also offers interactive cooking experiences and Champagne, wine and craft beer masterclasses, as well as samples and products from over 200 of the UK’s finest gourmet producers.

Taste of London takes places from Wednesday 14 until Sunday 18 June. SquareMeal readers can get discounted tickets by following this link and using the code SQUARE, details below:

Wednesday and Thursday tickets, £14 (normally £17)

Friday tickets, £18 (normally £21)

Saturday and Sunday tickets, £25 (normally £28)